I caught up with our very own Frasier Armitage to talk about his upcoming debut, New Yesterday. We also talked about retrograding, writing tips, and why Keanu Reeves should star in the movie adaptation.
Review: Aiduel’s Sin (The Illborn Saga #2) by Daniel T. Jackson
Synopsis How does the opportunity ever arise for one person to alter the destiny of a world? As the nations of Angall move closer to a Holy War, the four Illborn are to face momentous challenges, while seeking answers about who they are and what their growing powers mean. After Arion and Allana are drawn […]
Book Tour & Review: No Gods, Only Monsters (Antiquity Chronicles) by Steve McHugh
Synopsis Diana, the Roman Goddess of the hunt, lives alone on the far edge of the Roman Empire. When an old friend arrives looking for help, Diana finds herself thrust back into her old life, and old problems. With innocent lives caught in the crossfire, Diana realizes that the only way to ensure the safety […]
Review: Paladin Unbound by Jeffrey Speight
Synopsis Paladins were at one time a feared holy warrior in Evelium. Trained by the church and dedicated to the gods, they protected the world from evil. However, their power was so great it scared the rulers of their day and the church was forbidden from training any more Paladins. Hundred of years later the […]
Review: Of Blood and Fire (The Bound and the Broken #1) by Ryan Cahill
Book Tour: Dragon Mage (Rivenworld #1) by ML Spencer
Review: Goodbye to the Sun (Wind Tide #1) by Jonathan Nevair
Guest Review: Resurrection (Demon Squad #2) by Tim Marquitz
Cover Reveal: The Binding Tempest (The Luminance Saga #1) by Steven Rudy
Guest Post: Zack Argyle on “The Rise of Self-Published Fantasy”
Review: Heroes Wanted: A Fantasy Anthology
This anthology has a special place in my heart, and I feel like I owe it to talk about all of the stories in a non-spoiler fashion, giving you a quick insight into each and what makes them so brilliant. So less of a review and more of just a straight up gush. This is why you should read Heroes Wanted!
The Double Crossbow Inn by Harry Chilcott
Being the landlord of a renowned inn, famous for its annual Might & Monsters gathering, Arrin takes each day in his stride.
Unfortunately, One-Eyed Jack is on his way to town, and his exploits of banditry and murder are just as infamous.
Originally featured in the It’s A Living anthology, this tale is both funny and full of dark twists and turns.
It’s about time you visited The Double Crossbow Inn!